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At least three Mississippi State Bulldogs will have an interesting decision to make before the middle of January.
MSU underclassmen Dak Prescott, Benardrick McKinney and Josh Robinson filed papers with the National Football League to see what round they would be drafted in if they came out this year.
HATTIESBURG â€“ Undefeated.Â
That is how No. 22 Mississippi State Bulldogs arrived at the University of Southern Mississippi and that is exactly how the Bulldogs left after defeating the Golden Eagles 73-46.
It's like chasing a home run record in baseball or a touchdown record in football.
Bowling a perfect game is not an easy thing to accomplish.
For Starkville High School junior Cody Prewitt, he came real close last Tuesday.
Prewitt was as hot on the lanes as he has ever been during his career with the Yellowjackets and scored a 287 during a meet at Corinth.
Geoff Collins is busy getting himself ready for a tough offense that the Mississippi State Bulldogs haven't seen at all this year.
The MSU defensive coordinator faces the triple option attack of Georgia Tech as the two teams will square off in the Capital One Orange Bowl on New Year's Eve in Miami.
MABEN â€“ East Oktibbeha basketball coach Kylan Tippett thought it was time for a heart to heart talk with his Titans.
After a loss to French Camp on Tuesday, Tippett wanted to discuss with his team the value of playing with "effort, desire and passion."
MABEN â€“ The East Webster Lady Wolverines improved their record to 7-0 with an easy 74-38 win against East Union on Saturday at the Beef 'o' Brady's Wolverine Shootout.
Acy Allen hit a three-point field goal as East Webster jumped out to an 8-0 lead with 5:21 remaining in the first quarter.
It might have taken a little while for Starkville Academy to get going Saturday, but in the end, the slow start resulted in a tight game that saw the Lady Volunteers lose by just five points at 38-33 to visiting Hillcrest Christian.
Mississippi State head women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer admits he doesn't feel much like the "Secretary of Defense" these days.
The Bulldogs are the top scoring team in the Southeastern Conference at 89.3 points per game, but are giving up 61 points per outing.
No longer is Tyler Summitt bouncing on his mother's knee.
The son of former Tennessee coaching legend Pat Summitt is now in charge of his own program at Louisiana Tech and is already turning some heads.
The Lady Techsters had a late lead on the No. 22 Mississippi State Bulldogs Thursday night only to lose an 81-77 decision at Humphrey Coliseum.
There are three players that Jamie Mitchell won't have to worry about too much when he coaches the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Classic today.
The Starkville High School coach has three of his former players with him in Montgomery, Ala., as quarterback Brady Davis, wide receiver Raphael Leonard and kicker Michael Godley are on the roster.